If we are to believe the latest rumors, Numatic will soon be introducing a new cordless stick vacuum cleaner: the Henry Quick. It is a cordless steel stove with a battery life of 60 minutes. Unlike many other stick vacuums, it is not bagless, but equipped with filter pods.
The Henry Quick will likely be officially announced by Numatic in the coming months, after which it will most likely be available from the summer.
Henry Quick: what we know so far
Numatic, the parent company behind the Henry vacuum cleaner series, has not officially announced a new vacuum cleaner yet. But the first photos of the new Henry stick vacuum cleaner are now appearing on Reddit.
Posters – which appear to come from Nacecare, the distributor of Numatic vacuum cleaners in North America – show information about the Henry Quick.
An illustration based on the information we know so far:
Update: Numatic has published a video of the new stick vacuum. Watch it below.
Design: a Henry stick vacuum cleaner
The stick vacuum cleaner looks like a real Henry: it is red and equipped with the familiar eyes and smile on the top of the vacuum cleaner. The Henry Quick has a red vacuum cleaner rod and a transparent dust container.
There is an on/off button on the top of the stick vacuum. So no trigger button that you have to hold down, which we often see with Dyson vacuum cleaners. Under the on/off button you will find a large red slider, with which the stick vacuum can be easily emptied.
Specifications: wireless and with ‘filter pods'
The Henry Quick is a cordless stick vacuum with so-called ‘filter pods'. These dust bags are covered with a filter and can be easily emptied. However, you do have to replace these pods. This makes it not a bagless vacuum cleaner.
The Henry Quick is a cordless stick vacuum with so-called ‘filter pods'. These dust bags are covered with a filter and can be easily emptied.
The big advantage of these filter pods is that you can empty the Henry Quick without coming into contact with dust and dirt. This is very interesting for people with a dust allergy.
It has a dust capacity of 1 liter, which means that it needs to be emptied less often than the average Dyson stick vacuum. For example, if we look at the Dyson V15 Detect, there is a 0.7 liter dust container.
The Henry Quick has a battery with a voltage of 25.2 V. The battery life is comparable to other stick vacuums: 60 minutes. It is a detachable battery that you can easily replace for a new one if necessary. The vacuum cleaner itself weighs 3,175 kilograms (7 lbs).
|Dust capacity||1 liter|
|Accu voltage||25.2 V|
|Battery lifetime||Up to 60 minutes|
Unboxing: what do you get with the Henry Quick?
The Henry Quick comes with a number of accessories that we also encounter with other stick vacuums. Think of a crevice tool, a wall holder and a motorized floor brush.
Everything you get at a glance:
- Henry Quick
- Filter pods
- crevice tool
- Motorized Floor Brush
- 2-in-1 accessory
- wall holder
Release: price and availability
When the Henry Quick will be officially announced is not yet known. In all likelihood, Numatic will announce the stick vacuum in the coming months and it will go on sale in the summer.
The price of the Henry Quick is also not yet known, but if we look at the other Henry vacuum cleaners, it will be a good price / quality ratio.
I would like a price before I buy another let me know
More information is available! The Henry Quick is on sale now for about $439. Curious about the test results? I have extensively tested the Henry Quick: https://www.vacuumtester.com/henry-quick-review/.
Any idea when this is coming out?
In case you haven’t received it yet: the Henry Quick is now for sale at various retailers. View the Henry Quick here: https://www.vacuumtester.com/go/us/henry-quick-amazon.
Thanks for your message. I’ve been in contact with Numatic (Henry’s parent company) several times, but they can’t tell me yet when the Henry Stick Vacuum will appear either. If this becomes known, I will write a message about it.